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Managing Change

A Critical Perspective

Explore how and why change occurs, and how the change management process can be managed effectively with this popular CIPD textbook.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843982418
Edition: 2
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Format: 245x187
392 pages

About the book

Managing Change: A Critical Perspective explores how and why change occurs in organizations and how the change process can be managed effectively. Complete with an appendix featuring twenty popular change management techniques, it is an ideal core textbook for change modules on HR and business degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. It offers a critical perspective, challenging the main assumptions and ensuring that the complexity of the subject is understood and appreciated.

This fully updated 2nd edition of Managing Change: A Critical Perspective includes new chapters on perspectives, power and politics, ethics, agents and agency, HRM and evaluation. Its revised structure reflects strategic, group and individual change, and a revised final chapter evaluates the practice and theory of change management. Online supporting resources include annotated weblinks for students, an instructor’s manual complete with commentary on questions and cases in the book and lecture slides and additional case studies for tutors.

About the authors

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes is a senior lecturer in organisational behaviour at Brighton Business School, UK.

More about Mark Hughes

Combines a wealth of research with case studies and questions to challenge and engage students. One of few texts to fully cover the depth and breadth of change in an accessible way. Suitable for a range of courses, from specialist HR modules to broader MBAs.

Maryam Herin, Senior Lecturer, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School